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2020 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Sets Reviews

So far, LEGO released ten new LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets this year. Although many of them are juniorized sets made for younger builders, some of them can be interesting for older fans as well. I thought it would be a good idea to go through them all.

2020 LEGO SPIDER-MAN SETS: There are five new LEGO Spider-Man sets, including the #76146 LEGO Spider-Man Mech, the #76147 LEGO Spider-Man Vulture’s Trucker Robbery, the #76148 LEGO Spider Man vs. Doc Ock, the #76149 LEGO Spider Man The Manace of Mysterio, and the #76150 LEGO Spider-Man Spiderjet vs. Venom Mech. They are all sets recommended for younger kinds, but some of them do have some neat features. The two sets with mechs are particularly interesting. Below, I have included the video-review by JANGBRiCKS so you can see their features.

2020 LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES MECHS: Besides the Spider-Man mechs, there are two other mechs in the 2020 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes line. The #76140 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man Mech, and the #76141 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Thanos Mech. They are build very similar to the now retired LEGO Nexo Knights mechs, with small ball-joints and specialized pieces for the cockpit. They are great starter sets for mech-building. All of the single mech sets are $9.99 each, which is a very reasonable price. They are available at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.

2020 LEGO MARVEL AVENGERS SETS: The #76142 LEGO Avengers Speeder Bike Attack is a slightly larger set with Black Panther’s bike and three minifigs; Black Panther, Thor, and an AIM Agent with jetpack. I think the bike actually looks pretty cool, and some of the accessories also appear to be very useful for greebling. A neat little set overall. The price is $19.99, which is not bad. The #76143 LEGO Avengers Truck Takedown comes with so much firepower! Just look at all those trans-orange elements! And that’s not all. The truck has a secret 6-shot crossbow contraption that can be folded out for maximum firepower. The four minifigs are Captain America, Hawkeye, and 2 AIM Agents with speeder bike and drone. Watch the video-review below to see all the details of both sets. The price is $39.99, which, again, is quite reasonable for what you get. Both sets are available at the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes section of the Online LEGO Shop.

LEGO AVENGERS HULK HELICOPTER RESCUE: The #76144 LEGO Avengers Hulk Helicopter Rescue is also obviously for younger builders, but it does come with exclusive minifigs that could be interesting to collectors. The Hulk and purple-armored Rescue (a.k.a. Pepper Potts) are both exclusive to this set. The other three minifigs, Black Widow and the two Chitauri previously appeared in the #76126 LEGO Avengers Ultimate Quinjet released last year. The helicopter features two triple stud-shooters and a cool function to drop the Hulk onto enemies. Plus, you also get the Chitauri’s Leviathan creature and a stud-shooting flyer for aerial battles. The set is $59.99, which is high if you only care for the minifigs, so I would suggest waiting until you can find it on sale.

There is also another set we already know about that is going to be released in March. The #76162 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Black Widow’s Helicopter Chase will include Black Widow, Yelena Belova, and Taskmasker. The retail price is going to be $29.99. See picture below.

What do you think? How do you like the 2020 LEGO Marvel Super Heroes sets? Do you have any of them already? Feel free to share your thoughts and own reviews in the comment section below!

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  • LEGOJeff January 24, 2020, 2:25 PM

    Haha they really went all out with all those fire pieces! The rest of the sets I don’t really care for.

  • Håkan January 24, 2020, 7:28 PM

    Pretty disappointed with the Spider-Man sets this year.

    Just about everything seems juniorized, full of non-canonical, rather silly vehicles…

    • hushpuppy January 25, 2020, 12:13 AM

      Exaclty what I was going to say. Do they believe that Spider-Man is only for little kids? The Avengers sets are better, but even those aren’t outstanding.

  • Giza January 24, 2020, 10:07 PM

    What I don’t understand is why are they juniorizing so mnay of the Marvel sets. Why can’t we just get proper sets that anyone can enjoy not just 4 year olds?

  • Jame January 27, 2020, 9:56 AM

    I prefer Iron man set rather than Spider man. Just the feeling but I don’t know how to explain.

    • admin January 27, 2020, 6:24 PM

      Hm… yes, I know others who share your sentiments. I guess Ironman is a more mature story? Not sure.

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